Prevalence of meniscal and ACL tear among athletes in Saudi Arabia: a retrospective assessment with MRI
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Prevalence of meniscal and ACL tear among athletes in Saudi Arabia: a retrospective assessment with MRI.
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This retrospective study performed in the period of ( - / -) patients referred to the unit of Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Radiology at King Saud Medical City with sport injury in the knee joint recruited. After the nature of the exam was fully Saudi and non-Saudi patients characteristics; including socio-demographic data, clinical history and physical examination findings were recorded. Patients who had no clinical evidence of knee joint sport injury were not involved.
It starts with the patient preparation, a satisfactory written consent form (precaution check list) should be taken from the patient before the exam, to wear a gown during the exam or you may be allowed to wear your own clothing if it is loose-fitting and has no metal fasteners. Guidelines about eating and drinking before an MRI exam vary with the specific exam and also with the imaging facility. Unless you are told otherwise, you may follow your regular daily routine and take food and medications as usual.